The perfect look – dress or casual – requires a perfect shirt. At King & Bay, perfection is delivered in the fit and detailing of all our custom shirts.
Is there a better investment than a custom shirt?
Well, maybe. But, if you ask our clients, a custom shirt from King & Bay in Toronto can change a whole lot.
Men's wardrobes revolve around their shirts. The shirt is the item that pulls your look together, jacket on or jacket off. So it makes a lot of sense to invest a bit in a custom shirt that fits perfectly and feels extraordinary.
A custom shirt can solve a lot of problems.
Many men experience difficulty buying shirts for reasons of proportion. It could be the arm length. It could be the neck. It could be the chest. Whatever the specific reason, trying to find a ready-to-wear shirt that is actually 'ready to wear' for your body can be exasperating.
At King & Bay, all that goes out the window. Because we build our shirts for your body with the same care that we take for all of our Custom and Bespoke Menswear. Take a Look »
A King & Bay shirt is the best shirt you'll ever own.
At an early stage in his career, Ashish clearly saw the value of investing in custom to help his burgeoning career as a professional engineer. And it's paid off. In his custom suits and shirts, Ashish definitely presents a level of confidence that other young professionals envy.Hozefa Hararwala, Master Clothier
Then we customize.
Business, casual... or in between. We do it all. The difference is in the length and structure of the shirt. Plus, a more formal dress shirt has stiffer cuff and collar, while casual or sport shirts have smaller, less stiff cuffs and collars
Every detail is considered – the collar, cuffs, the placket, trimming, thread colour, button colour. You get the picture. Suffice to say, you'll look sharp.
It's a look you won't get anywhere else.
I'm proud to be able to provide the King & Bay experience to Zaheer, despite his busy schedule, with the same attention to detail and passion that he demonstrates on the pitch.Hozefa Hararwala, Master Clothier